By and large, for people living in the modern technocratic state, crushed daily. Surrounding usually want something: friends, colleagues, sellers in the store. If their desires do not match yours you start to press. Hidden crush advertising, media, and politics. But there are more obvious and difficult to resolve conflicts, when people are blackmailed, extorted from them a bribe, that is, birds of a feather, but in every situation, you need to find your way out.

When you are under pressure family or loved ones is always a conflict of opinions, interests. May be the pressure "the good" when a friend or relative offer you the best, in their opinion, the version of events that differs from your chosen. In this case, analyze both points of view, try to calculate the consequences of these moves. Perhaps you should listen to your "advice", especially if he is more competent. For example, the teacher can exert pressure, so that the student still learn the subject. Or the parents forbid the little child to communicate with "bad company."

But most of the pressure comes from selfishness. Surrounding try to intervene in the course of your life so you do as they choose. And they may not always realize it. So, a mother can dissuade him from that wedding, if it is something not liked in the bride or she is afraid of being abandoned. Mother thinks that she advises for the good, but it says only her selfishness. Similar cases are many. If you were under such pressure ones, is to talk with them straight. Explain why your choice is best for you. But do it gently. Let man understand that you love and respect him, but want to make decisions in his own life. In no case do not show aggression, don't try to actively "defend", otherwise the opponent is more convinced of the correctness.

Try to accept the instructions, the possible abuse with a smile. Remember that no one your life for you will not survive, and no negative relationship did not improve. In the end, the decision you make by yourself. But if it depends on and the lives of others, you will have to reckon with their opinion. Questions on spending in the family, moving, etc. should be addressed collectively. If in your opinion they still don't listen, try to involve an outside expert who impartially assessed the situation.

There are situations in which you need to be firm. If you stick to the chosen line, then people will stop pushing and sooner or later will accept your choice. But sometimes the situation leads to acceptance of each other. In this case, unless there is a third option, will have something to give, and you must carefully weigh the possible consequences.